Rio Adjustable Bar Stool
Thick Foam padding,
26 Colours of Real Leather,
28 Colours of Eco Leather
6 Different Weighted Bases,
Brushed Steel, Mirror Chrome or Black Chrome,
Charcoal or Satin Silver EPC Finish,
Matching Dining Chair.
The Rio Stool is one of our range of Italian Luxury Bar Stools. It has a simple, stylish design of seat which can be fitted to all 6 of the standard bases. The seat can be upholstered with Real Leather or a Man Made Eco Leather.
The picture above shows Rio Stools fitted with Base 50 in Charcoal epoxy Powder Coated Finish. All 6 bases are illustrated below:-
Extra finishes have been added recently. This is the full list of available finishes for each base:-
Bases 50, 51, 53 & 54 are available in Mirror Chrome, Black Chrome, Charcoal EPC or Nickel Satin EPC Finish.
Bases 52 and 55 are available in Mirror Chrome or Brushed Steel Finish.
EPC means Epoxy Powder Coated. This is a hard, Matt Finish which is applied to the steel, then baked in an oven.
The Nickel Satin Finish is a Matt Silver colour .
You can choose the base and the finish that you want by clicking the "Base Style and Finish" button, then pick the option you like. The extra cost for each selection will show in a bracket beside it.
N.B. The gas column must always be chrome finish, because that is the only finish that is hard enough to resist the constant rubbing movement on an adjustable stool. The factory default is to supply Mirror Chrome Gas Columns. (Except for the Black Chrome Base which has a black chrome gas column.) However, with the Charcoal finish, we consider that the gas column should be the Black chrome finish. This is available as an optional extra at £36 extra per stool.
The seat can be covered in all 28 of the Magic Eco Leather colours or 26 Real Leather Colours.
Click the highlighted link to see the two Upholstery Sample Cards .
Eco Leather is a High Quality Man Made Material which looks and feels like Real Leather but without the same price tag. It is Very Hard Wearing.
The Martindale Rub Test measures the ability of fabric to resist wear. It is purely a comparative test, to show which fabric is more hard wearing. A piece of fabric is placed on a table and a mechanical shoe scuffs it until it wears out. If the fabric survives over 15,000 cycles, then is considered suitable for Contract use - that is it can be used on chairs or bar Stools in commercial locations, like Shops, Offices, Restaurants etc,. Magic Eco Leather had not worn out after 100, 000 cycles, which is almost 7 times the requirement of contract usage.
The seat is created from a Laminated Shaped Plywood base, covered with foam and then the Real Leather or Eco Leather Cover is cut and fitted to follow the shaped seat precisely.
There is a Rio chair which matches the Rio Bar Stool. This is ideal for Open Plan Dining Kitchens, because the Bar stools and chairs match each other in style. Naturally they can be covered in the same colour leather or fabric to give a totally co-ordinated effect.
N.B. It is possible to get the seat of the Rio Stool upholstered in two different colours of Eco Leather . One on the inside of the seat and the other on the outside of the seat. We call this Bi-Colour. There is an extra cost for this option. Please ask for more information if this is of interest.
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Rio Bar Stools & Quadra Dining Chairs
Graeme provided a fantastic service and had the stools and chairs tailored perfectly for my requirements. The leather and finish of the stools and chairs is first class. I purchased the Rio Stools along with the Quadra chairs, and they both compliment each other perfectly.
Top Class Service and Top Class Products
‘Graeme at Breakfast Bar Stools provided a top class service and top class product. He spent a lot of time going over potential options, and his experience was so helpful. I would certainly not hesitate to use Graeme’s services again, and I would highly recommend that if you are in the market for quality barstools and chairs, that you give Graeme an opportunity to show you what he can do for you’
Dave Finch, Kilmacolm